Find out which Singapore restaurants received the coveted Michelin stars this year.

(8.55pm: And all the winners are in!)

Stargazing Michelin junkies, the wait is over. This year’s 38 awardees (9 more than last year) were feted tonight at the Michelin Guide Singapore 2017 Star Event, held at the Fullerton Hotel ballroom.

First up were the one-star recipients. A whopping 30 restaurants made the cut, up from 22 last year. 11 are new on the list, including Cheek by Jowl, Chef Kang’s, Iggy’s and Meta. We’re happy that mod-Sin restaurant Labyrinth, by chef Han Liguang, earned a star. “The award belongs to my team at Labyrinth, who are working right now while I’m enjoying myself here,” said Han.

The two hawker stalls that were on the list last year—Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle and Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle—are return winners, and remain the only street food entries.

Unfortunately, Tokyo-Italian restaurant Terra and Forest in Resorts World Sentosa were stripped of their stars.

The two- and three-star lists remain the same as last year’s, with the addition of Waku Ghin, moving up from one star to two. Heartiest congratulations to one of the most humble and kind chefs, Tetsuya Wakuda!

Here are the award winners on a map, all within a 4km radius:

The 1-star awardees are:

Return winners

1. Alma

2. Beni

3. Candlenut

4. Corner House

5. Crystal Jade Golden Palace

6. CUT

7. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle

8. JAAN

9. Lei Garden

10. Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle

11. Osia

12. PUTIEN (Kitchener Road)

13. Rhubarb

14. Shinji (Carlton Hotel)

15. Shinji (The St. Regis Singapore)

16. Summer Pavilion

17. Sushi Ichi

18. The Kitchen at Bacchanalia

19. The Song of India

Newcomers

20. Braci

21. Cheek by Jowl

22. Chef Kang’s

23. Garibaldi

24. Iggy’s

25. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine

26. Labyrinth

27. Meta

28. Saint Pierre

29. Summer Palace

30. Whitegrass

The 2-star awardees are:

Return winners

1. Restaurant André

2. L’Atelier de Jöel Robuchon

3. Les Amis

4. Odette

5. Shisen Hanten

6. Shoukouwa

Newly upgraded

7. Waku Ghin

The 3-star awardee is:

1. Jöel Robuchon

Michael Ellis, international director of Michelin Guides, praised the depth and diversity of the Singapore dining scene in his opening address. Under the glittering chandeliers of the ballroom, guests sipped Ruinart champagne and were treated to a dinner crafted by Michelin-decorated chefs such as Curtis Duffy of three-star Chicago restaurant Grace.